Where to stay
Αlthough a small island, Donousa offers plenty of accommodation options, yet it doesn’t necessarily cater any preferences, like the most-visited Greek major islands.
Most of the accommodation choices (including bleached white rooms-to-let and renovated studios tumble down eye-popping sea views) are stretched around Donousa’s small town, Stavros. Prices vary from € 30-35 for a double room in June, whereas during August – peak season, they may range from
€ 45/per double room.
Alternatively, one can always go for his/her own summer beach rental or a season-long house (Airbnb) as most of the habitual foreign visitors do.
Nonetheless, camping, scores top points and at the same time is one of the reasons Donousa is best known to its visitors. Unlike most places in Greece, the local community here encourages free camping, in particular. And thus, nature lovers from all around the world put up their tents at the beaches of Kedros or Livadi, living next to the sparkling Aegean Sea.